[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 234595] Connecting a Bluetooth headset will cause iOS 15 Safari to play a very weird sound.

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Wed Jan 5 01:33:39 PST 2022


nienke <nienke at confrere.com> changed:

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--- Comment #4 from nienke <nienke at confrere.com> ---
We are running into the same issue.

Steps to replicate:

1. Go to [https://codepen.io/daginge/full/abLKZQZ](https://codepen.io/daginge/full/abLKZQZ)
2. Click ‘Get Permissions’, make sure AirPods are the selected audio device
3. Click ‘Start Call’ and verify AirPods are working by saying something
4. Hang up
5. Remove AirPods, click ‘Start Call’
6. Try saying something, you voice will sound very high-pitched (like a chipmunk).
7. Refresh the page, and try starting a call again: the chipmunk voice should still be there.

The only way to get rid of the chipmunk is by killing Safari. If you do that and then go back to the CodePen and start a call, the voice is normal.

I've tested this on the 15.3 beta:
Device: iPad Air, 4th gen (A2316)
OS: 15.3 (19D5026g)

And on iOS 15.2:
Device: iPhone 11
OS: 15.2 (19C56)

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